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Muni Metro Capacity Study Community Working Group Charter

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Name

This informal advisory group is called the Muni Metro Capacity Study Community Working Group, or Muni Metro Community Working Group (CWG).

Purpose

The Muni Metro Community Working Group will provide feedback, recommendations, and community knowledge to SFMTA staff during the Muni Metro Capacity Study.

Members will provide input on benefits, trade-offs and challenges associated with potential strategies to increase Muni Metro capacity and help staff understand community priorities.

Muni Metro Community Working Group input will help shape project decisions and will be shared with decision-makers.

Relationship of Community Working Group to Muni Metro Modernization Program Team

The Muni Metro Community Working Group is an informal advisory body to the SFMTA staff working on the Muni Metro Capacity Study. SFMTA staff will inform Muni Metro Community Working Group members about Muni Metro Capacity Study updates and consult with Community Working Group members on potential strategies for expanding Muni Metro capacity. SFMTA staff will listen to and consider members’ questions, concerns and suggestions. SFMTA staff will describe how the Muni Metro Community Working Group input shaped the Study.

Decision-making parties include:

  • Muni Metro Modernization staff
  • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors
  • SFMTA Executive Team

Membership

Composition: The Community Working Group consists of 10 to 15 members. Members are selected by an SFMTA selection committee. Community Working Group members represent a diverse cross-section of Muni Metro corridor communities, organizations and establishments.

Term: Membership is through the duration and completion of the Muni Metro Capacity Study. If a member vacates their seat during the study, the SFMTA selection committee may fill their seat with another applicant.

Meetings

The committee will meet as-needed approximately five times throughout 2023 and 2024. Meeting notices will be sent via email to members approximately two weeks before a meeting. Muni Metro Modernization staff will be present at all meetings to facilitate discussion and record notes.

Attendance

Muni Metro Community Working Group members are expected to attend all meetings and arrive prepared.

Members shall notify SFMTA staff at least 24 hours in advance of any meeting if they are unable to attend.

 

For more information, please contact Kansai Uchida, Project Manager: Kansai.Uchida@sfmta.com